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Re: American dialect of Brithenig
John Cowan wrote:
> Sally Caves scripsit:
> > Now this piques my curiosity! What is the history of the colonization
> > of America in the Brithenig universe? Where is New Castreleon, and
> > Ter Mair? What does the continent look (and sound) like today?
> > My apologies if these questions have been answered before.
> New York and Maryland respectively. New Scotland (Nova Scotia) speaks
> Scots, obviously; the other colonies are basically English-speaking
> except for New Sweden (Delaware) which uses Swedish, Irish, and English.
> The (Solemn) League (and Covenant) of North America is a multilingual
> federation, independent of the various British Parliaments but still
> loyal to the Monarchs of Kemr and England/Scotland.
And so when did this colonization occur? And what is the condition of
the rest of the continent? Full of Native American colonies? How do
these impact on the Brithenig and other Europeans in America?
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